Santa swaps his reindeer for a stag in run-up to EastEnders wedding

Walford looks like it has a fair few names ready to be added to Santa’s naughty list this Christmas if these pictures are anything to go by…

EastEnders’ Jack Branning (Scott Maslen) is due to marry Ronnie Mitchell (Samantha Womack) again over the festive period and, in true soap style, we’re expecting plenty of wedding-day drama.

But before the big day arrives, Jack will let his hair down at a stag-do organised by Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) in The Vic … where else?

The stags are unable to resist the lure of a good fancy-dress theme and turn up for their big night-out dressed as a group of Santas.

As the drinks start flowing, their behaviour gets rowdier – but who will be left red-faced in the morning?

The episode is due to air on BBC One on Friday December 16.

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